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Date: Thu, 03 Jul 1997 15:39:03 -0700
To: treefreeeco@igc.apc.org
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Dark Days In Oregon (fwd)

It's time to tell these public "servants" [sic]
that they cannot perfect a grand jury indictment,
nor can they perfect a trial jury verdict, 
if the law which convened those juries requires
that all of them be federal citizens.

This is class discrimination at it worst,
and it renders those juries illegal bodies,
from the outset.

So, give your governor a call, and give him
the bad news.  Without juries, they have no teeth
in ANY of their enforcement, particularly judicial,
where it really counts.

For details, consult "Juries in Check Around the Nation"
in the Supreme Law Library at URL:


/s/ Paul Mitchell
Counselor at Law

At 03:17 PM 7/3/97 -0700, you wrote:
>According to Gov. Kitzhaber's press release: "..this measure has less to do
>with the possession of marijuana as it does with expanding the powers of
>search and seizure. Indeed, HB 3643 will provide law enforcement with an
>additional tool that may have potential benefits in terms of prosecuting
>persons who are involved in other more serious criminal activity."
>According to US Rep. Henry Hyde (R., IL), eighty percent of all forfeitures
>are carried out against people who are not ever charged with a crime. They
>want to seize and steal our property! The Governor let the cat out of the
>D. Paul
>At 12:13 PM 7/3/97 -0700, Ken Broadfoot wrote:
>>Did he say why?
>>On Thu, 3 Jul 1997, Dan Koozer wrote:
>>> It's a dark day in Oregon. I just called the Gov office and was told
>>> that he signed HB3643. He had said that he would veto it. He didn't keep
>>> his word to the people. I can only assume the law enforcement lobby got
>>> to him. Welcome to the police state of Oregon!!
>>> 			Dan
>>> -- 
>>> /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>>                           Dan Koozer, President
>>>                        Cannabis Liberation Society
>>>                                PO Box 10957    
>>>                           Eugene, Oregon 97401
>>>                  Voice Mail & Event Line: (541) 744-5744
>>> I have no reason to suppose that he who would take away my
>>> liberty would not when he had me in his power to take away
>>> everything else. And therefore it is lawful for me to treat him
>>> as one who has put himself into a state of war against me and
>>> kill him if I can.
>>>                               John Locke - 17th Century Philosopher
>             Please support the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act (OCTA)!
> OCTA would regulate cannabis sales in Oregon's state package stores, allow 
>doctors to prescribe cannabis and allow farmers to grow hemp for industrial
>production of thousands of products, from cloth and paper to food and
>        OCTA will raise hundreds of millions of dollars in state revenue.
>       OCTA is a initiative petition, sponsored by our political committee,
>           "Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp."
>                 CRRH ; P.O. Box 86741 ; Portland, OR 97286         
>  Phone:(503) 235-4606     Fax:(503) 235-0120     Web:  http://www.crrh.org/

Paul Andrew Mitchell                 : Counselor at Law, federal witness
B.A., Political Science, UCLA;  M.S., Public Administration, U.C. Irvine

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